ENG 130 Week 3 Individual Assignment Cause and Effect OR Process Analysis Essay Introductory Paragraph Write a single introductory paragraph for your upcoming Cause and Effect OR Process Analysis Essay due Week Four. This introduction should include: A hook to seize reader attention Three to four sentences that develop the topic A clear, bold thesis statement indicating the focus of your
Imagine that you have cause to attend counselling. Out of the models covered so far on the module identify one which you would prefer to have counselling in. Justify your choice of model by reference to the key theoretical concepts of that approach. Psychodynamic counselling would be the approach I would choose if I had cause to attend counselling. The reason for this will be highlighted throughout the essay: making it important to analyse the basic concepts of the model and understand how the principles and theories of psychodynamic counselling relates to other counselling models.
“An individual’s interaction with others and the world around them can enrich or limit their experiences of belonging.” Discuss this view with detailed reference to your prescribed text and ONE other related text of your own choosing. While the nature vs nurture debate still faces a hung jury, it is true that nurture, or our exposure to the outside world, plays a key role in human development, particularly concerning each individual’s evolving perceptions and experiences. Both the dramatic tension of Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible and Jon Turteltaub’s 90’s romantic-comedy While You Were Sleeping explore this concept, especially in regards to belonging. Characters from each text reveal that though belonging in its many forms is an inner need, it comes from, and is either nourished or left unfulfilled by interactions with the outside world. In Act One of The Crucible, Arthur Miller uses an omniscient overture to reinforce the secrecy of something “no hint of [which] has yet appeared on the surface” – that John Proctor, “respected and even feared in Salem, has come to regard himself as a fraud.” The next scene reveals the source of this dramatic loss of self-respect – Proctor has committed adultery with Abigail Williams, his former servant girl.
Explain your reaction to a/the-major character in this novel. Present a concise portrait of him/her before explaining your reaction. Consider the stresses or tensions the character confronts and how the character responds to these pressures. What changes in character result from these tensions? Pg.
Do you comment on the effect on the audience? -a convincing interpretation of the ideas and themes in the play Do you understand how the examples you’ve used fit in with the bigger themes and issues in the play? Exam questions will assess your knowledge of characters or their relationships, themes and issues in the text or will ask you to focus on a particular moment and comment on how it fits with the rest of the play. Read the student answers below and, using the mark-scheme, work out what their strengths and weaknesses are. How could they be improved?
In Louis Nowra’s play Cosi there is a number of major themes and issues presented which depict issues that occurred during the 1970’s. During the play themes and issues are presented to us through the characters and we see how characters develop through the play. Some characters change for the better other for the worse. Issues that are presented include change, fidelity verse infidelity and attitudes towards mental illness or sanity verse insanity. Change is one of the major concepts explored in the play and can be defined as becoming different or to undergo alteration.
The most significant consequence of any discovery is change offering new understandings and perceptions of ourselves and others. In Michael Gow’s play Away, reconciliation, redemption and restoration of relationships are the most important ramifications of discovery and change. Through the experience of theatre, Shakespeare allusion and symbolism the characters in Away develop an understanding of self and others transforming the characters from their initial state of emotional burden to a state of renewal and inner peace. In ‘Away’, suffering and death triggers the characters to undergo redemption and reconciliation to a state where that develop new understandings and perceptions. Through the intertextuality of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’,
An effective play takes the audience on an emotional and intellectual journey Shakespeare’s Othello is an effective play as it takes the audience on an emotional an intellectual journey. The effectiveness of Othello is seen through the journey from reason to emotion in Othello as it causes a reaction from the audience, which is the aim of an effective play. The play focuses mainly on the emotional journey Othello takes, which the audience follows along with. Othello is a tragedy and the purpose of the play is to teach the audience a moral lesson and have the audience feel pathos and reach a cathartic response at the conclusion of the play. The two characters of Othello and Iago can be used in juxtaposition to imply how outside forces have great influences on the life of a person and how that in turn affects the individuals journey and how it can finish somewhere different that what was initially expected.
The conclusion should bring the paper to a close and make your final arguments about how these three concepts work together. Your essay should be in 12-point Times New Roman, be double-spaced, and include a MLA heading. Your essay is due the first day of school. II. In addition, for Of Mice and Men, complete each sentence with the best word from the following list: symbolism, foreshadowing, allegory, colloquialism, irony.
Choose a play in which a character struggles with his or her conscience. Outline briefly the reasons for the character's dilemma and go on to discuss how successfully the dramatist engages your sympathy for him/her. Refer to at least two of the following: characterisation, theme, conflict, resolution and other features. - This essay will look at 'The Crucible' by Arthur Miller. It will look at the theme and resolution present throughout the text.